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  1. #41
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    I'm away on vacation. And carry in purse. And the flavor of the week is my beretta m9.

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    Suck? That may be a bit strong, however there is something about putting kydex on steel, to make the gun seem even harder against skin and bones. Now you wrap a gun in some quality gun leather and you have something more comfortable. That is how it is on me. It is 4am, I am still carrying two rather large guns from the day before, and I cannot tell I am wearing anything.

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  4. Funny - I did the exact same thing!!! :)

  5. S&W Bodyguard in a Remora at 4:00 or in a pocket holster depending on how I'm dressed. More likely a CZ PCR in a remora at 4:00. I have a PPKS in a sneaky pete holster that I am not very fond of, the sneaky pete not the PPKS.

  6. #45
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    My daily carry is a Glock 43 in FDE with a N82Tactical IWB "Professional" holster. The holster is a leather piece with molded plastic that holds the gun to it. The leather covers the entirety of the gun so it makes it the most comfortable IWB carry I've ever tried. I've found myself home, lounging on the couch and then realizing I'm still carrying because I forgot it was there. I also have a Glock 19 with a CrossBreed holster but it is much larger and not nearly as comfortable.

    In the past I've carried a Glock 42 (but got tired of the FTF's and general pickiness of ammo). Once I realized how little size difference there was, I bumped to the Glock 43 and 9mm caliber.

  7. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock43Carrier View Post
    My daily carry is a Glock 43 in FDE with a N82Tactical IWB "Professional" holster. The holster is a leather piece with molded plastic that holds the gun to it. The leather covers the entirety of the gun so it makes it the most comfortable IWB carry I've ever tried. I've found myself home, lounging on the couch and then realizing I'm still carrying because I forgot it was there. I also have a Glock 19 with a CrossBreed holster but it is much larger and not nearly as comfortable.

    In the past I've carried a Glock 42 (but got tired of the FTF's and general pickiness of ammo). Once I realized how little size difference there was, I bumped to the Glock 43 and 9mm caliber.
    Try a different holster for your Glock 19, and possibly for your Glock 43. Through personal experience, I realized that hybrid IWB holsters tend to add unnecessary bulk. I am not looking for a second skin in a holster, which is what those hybrid IWB holsters provide. I am exclusively using the Leather-lined NSR Custom C-4 IWB Holster. NSR has cheaper options and quick-ship options that do not have the leather lining. There are also other holster makers out there that do similar holsters, such as Blade-Tech.

    How is the G43 working out for you in terms of reliability?

  8. #47
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    My G43 holster is absolutely perfect in my opinion. When I first put it on I realize it's there, but within 10 minutes I can't even feel it. Super comfortable. Plus I like the retention in the Professional that requires a slight twist to remove. Makes me feel better about carrying a Glock with one in the chamber.

    The Glock 19 I'd be open to suggestions. I have a Vortex red dot sight with suppressor height iron sights and a SureFire XC1 weapon light. It's my nightstand gun. I'd carry it more often if I found a more comfortable IWB holster that accommodated my setup with all those extras. CrossBreed is one of the few companies that makes them in so many configurations. Although I recently asked about an OWB for open carry that would accommodate the XC1 and they didn't have anything. I'm actually still shopping for an OWB that would let me keep the weapon light and suppressor sights on it. Most holsters are great for stock weapons, but once you start adding accessories it's like, good luck finding a holster that will still fit!

    Another thing about IWB holsters is that I am from Florida and even up here I find myself wearing a t-shirt while out and about. Most holsters like the NSR Custom you linked leave the grip exposed and it just digs into my back. The N82 holster covers the entire pistol so the only thing touching my skin is soft leather.

    The G43 is amazing. Hundreds of rounds put through it at the range and not a single FTF or problem. I had all kinds of problems with a first gen G42. That little 380 just hated anything but FMJ target ammo. Even sent it back to Smyrna, GA to have some parts replaced that Glock started using on later production G42's but the problems never went away. I ended up selling it and getting the 43 as soon as I realized the negligible increase in size from the 42.

    Edit: I just found this holster at NSR that may allow for my SureFire XC1 on my Glock 19 OWB. May be just what I'm looking for.
    Last edited by Glock43Carrier; 04-24-2017 at 12:36 PM. Reason: Adding new NSR holster I found.

  9. #48
    Currently I carry my Shield 9mm in a IWB holster.

    Hopefully by the end of the week I will be carrying a Kimber Master Carry Ultra in an Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 3.0.

    Sent from my SM-G955U using USA Carry mobile app

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    Quote Originally Posted by seguragr View Post
    Currently I carry my Shield 9mm in a IWB holster.

    Hopefully by the end of the week I will be carrying a Kimber Master Carry Ultra in an Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 3.0.
    Just make sure that your Kimber Master Carry Ultra runs. If you are interested to learn why you may have bought the wrong gun, read this post and my follow-up posts in the same thread: 45 ACP Barrel length | Post # 5. The S&W Shield 9mm is a firearm with very well known reliability.

    I realize all firearms fail at some point. I also realize that there are always a few lemons that come from the factory. That's why I run every firearm I carry through a training class. A previously cleaned firearm should not start having failure to feed, failure to eject or double feed issues on day 1 of a training class with a few hundred rounds.

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    Oh I plan to give it a thorough testing before my 30 day "no regrets" return policy expires.

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